Sunbird Ku Chawe Inn
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Malawians are some of the world's worst people at giving directions. When a Malawian tells you to go left, he means go right. When he says something is "just there", it's often a few kilometers away. When a waiter tells you your meal is almost ready, you should prepare for a 30min wait. Don't be surprised when you order lemongrass tea and see the waiter whip out a machete and cut some lemongrass leaves from the garden and plop it in a cup with boiling water. Or when you order a ...
On the way back from cape maclear, the English brother sister duo dropped off a small truckload of clothes, sporting and teaching supplies they'd gathered from the UK to Malawian orphanages and schools. The Manchester City football team found out about M & C's donation drive and donated an entire set of football jerseys. Seeing the kids rush up to wear these baby blue jerseys was something else. (For those of you worried about gender equality, the girls ...
... t leave the place. It is a beautiful little town right on the coast of Lake Malawi. The lake is crystal clear up there, but unfortunately far too cold for someone like me (I just can't deal with cold water). I assume it's nice though. All the others found it quite refreshing. Must have been around 22-24 degrees Celsius... The locals in Nkhata Bay are very kind as well. I even got invited for breakfast by a guy who was living behind the place where I was staying (on the breakfast ...
In reading The Penguin Book of Canadian Short Stories, (ed. Jane Urquhart, 2007) and Wonderful Town (2000), an anthology of stories about New York that have appeared in the New Yorker between 1927 and 2000, I was struck by how much more likely the New York stories were to be specific about where they were set.
Of the forty-six stories in Wonderful Town, thirty-nine mention a specific street, ...
Dave wanted to take me up on Zomba Mountain. We drove up and up and up. Along the way we stopped and bought some berries from some children standing beside the road trying to flag down cars to sell them. I bought some berries that looked like raspberries only they were bright yellow. I have never seen them before. We didn't have anything to put them in as the kids selling them to us needed to keep their ...